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FLIPPED CLASSROOM INTENSIFICATION ON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION AND CONFIDENCE IN LEARNING CALCULUS

Background and objective: Advancement in the field of information and communication technology has exponentially affected the educational sector. Blended learning has emerged with its potential to transform education institutions to supplement the traditional classroom setting and increase the quality of student learning.

Methods and Findings: This descriptive study aimed to determine the students’ attitude toward flipped classroom approach and this research utilized video presentations of Calculus topics from Youtube. Fifty senior high school students of an autonomous university in the Philippines served as the respondents of the study who were randomly selected from two classes which utilized the approach. Findings revealed that the students have positive attitude toward flipped classroom and they perceived it as an effective approach.

Conclusion: The flipped classroom approach has increased students’ motivation and confidence in learning Calculus, improved their engagement in guided and independent learning activities and made them understand mathematical concepts better.

Keywords: Blended Learning, Flipped Classroom, Independent Learning, Calculus.